Transfer of Securities
Support leading-edge research and patient care while saving on taxes
Donating publicly traded stock to the Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Foundation is a smart way to make a charitable donation and eliminate any tax on the capital gain. This means you can support leading-edge research and patient care while saving on taxes.
Benefits of a Gift of Securities:
- Elimination of the capital gain plus the donation tax credit
- Preferred tax treatment, allows you to make a larger gift than you may with cash
- Gift can be made today or in the future through your estate
- Satisfaction of knowing your gift will make a significant impact on healthcare needs in your community
A Sample Scenario
Be sure to speak with your financial advisor to see how this
applies to your portfolio.
|Sell securities and donate the after-tax proceeds.
|Donate Securities to
|Original Cost of Securities
|Current Market Value
|Tax on Capital Gain
|Donation Amount After Tax
|Charitable Tax Credit
Learn more about the applicable rules regarding tax donations to charitable organizations.
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